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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2010.tde-08122010-141343
Document
Author
Full name
Rodrigo Gomes Lobo
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2010
Supervisor
Committee
Almeida, Heloisa Buarque de (President)
Idargo, Alexandre Bergamo
Peixoto, Fernanda Arêas
Title in Portuguese
Processos de socialização em jornalismo: adestrando 'focas' ou treinando trainees
Keywords in Portuguese
Antropologia da mídia
Aprendizagem
Habitus
Jornalismo
Mídia impressa
Abstract in Portuguese
Como um profissional iniciante se torna um jornalista? Como tais profissionais definem o que é jornalismo? O que os capacita a exercerem suas atividades e confirma seu estatuto de jornalistas? Quais os outros agentes e agências envolvidos nesse processo? O presente trabalho discute essas questões a partir de dois cursos de jornalismo oferecidos por empresas paulistanas que atuam com foco no jornalismo impresso diário empresarial. Pretende-se, através de entrevistas e da etnografia desses dois espaços de socialização, analisar as visões de mundo e as concepções de conhecimento implicadas nesses contextos de aprendizagem que engendram matrizes de percepção, ação e apreciação da realidade em que estão entremeados diversos interesses vitais: políticos, mercadológicos, jornalísticos.
Title in English
Socialization processes in journalism: training "focas" or trainees
Keywords in English
Anthropology of media
Habitus
Journalism
Learning
Print media
Abstract in English
How do beginners turn into journalists? How do they define what is journalism? What enables them to carry out their activities and confirm their status as journalists? Which are other agents and agencies involved in this process? This thesis discusses these issues from two journalism courses offered by companies that operate in São Paulo, focusing on daily print journalism. Through interviews and ethnography of these two spaces of socialization, this work intends to analyze the worldviews and conceptions of knowledge involved in such learning contexts. Those types of knowledge engender matrices of perception, action and assessment of the reality in which are imbedded several vital interests: political, marketing, journalism.
 
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Publishing Date
2010-12-10
 
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